80s

20 Toys That Were On Everyone's Christmas List In 1987

Kids these days. What do they know about real toys? These days kids are more likely to ask their parents for in-app purchases than an action figure. Maybe that's just how things are now, but it makes us long for the Christmas mornings of our childhoods. Here are 20 toys every kid was asking for 30 years ago:1. Lazer TagFuture War StoriesVersions of this toy, which brought laser tag action into your home, are still around today. But Lazer Tag was a real phenomenon when it came out in 1986. Sadly, a 19-year-old was killed in 1987 after police

90s

A Reminder That 'Popular' Was The Most Important Teen Drama On Television

I'm about to remind you of the most iconic WB series of all time, and I'm willing to physically fight you on it if you disagree.WBRemember Popular? The show about high school kids doing high school things living high school lives? It was probably the best thing to ever grace our television, and gave us the most iconic quote of all time. WBIf you're fuzzy on the details, it was pretty wild. Two girls, Brooke and Sam, totally despise each other. But then their parents get married and now they're family. The girls now have to live together, despite

80s

10 Baby Names That Seemed Like They Were The Only Ones That Existed In The 80s

It seemed like everyone had the same names when we were growing up. There were always at least two or three kids in our classes who had the same names and even though they may have spelled it different, it made everything more complicated. Meagan KellyNowadays, parents all claim that they want unique names. Let's be real though, our parents thought the same thing. Trending names are common in every decade, the most popular choices just change. Why do these names get popular? It might be because certain celebrities are popular at the time so it inspires more people. Let's

90s

The Most Popular Toys Of The 90s That We All Just Had To Have

The 90s were a truly interesting time. We were experiencing technological changes like we had never seen before, our our music was taking a new turn, and we all looked like hyper-color blobs of spandex. One thing that was definitely changing a lot was our toys. Each year one toy would take over and kids would be begging their parents for it every day. Every year one or two new toys that would take over as the most popular, leaving us kids asking for more and more. If you grew up in the 90s, chances are you wanted at least